During downtime while away on vacation, my two younger boys were watching Teen Titans on TV. I joined them to watch one episode, where all the young super-heros revealed their deepest secrets. When it was Robin’s turn, he initially refused, but later revealed that he was hiding a big secret: He had an amazingly beautiful male face that drove women and even other men crazy.
What was portrayed were big eyes, prominent cheekbones, and wide, masculine jaws. A modern version of this type of face can be seen with Fabio (see photo). If you remember the old movie stars from the mid-1900s, most of the men and women had wide jaws and well developed cheekbones. Now, most celebrities have triangle-shaped faces.
I’ve describe in great detail why this is happening in past articles and in my book. But here’s a summary: Due to a major change in our diets from organic to processed, softer foods, as well as shifting our infants from breast-feeding to bottle-feeding, our jaws are not growing to their full potential, along with more crooked teeth. It’s almost a given that your child will need braces. It’s not a problem with their teeth—it’s a crowding problems caused by smaller jaws.
Although most doctors believe that being overweight is the main reason for obstructive sleep apnea, more and more people with obstructive sleep apnea are now relatively thin. These people will have narrow jaws and a high arched hard palate. Because the roof of the mouth doesn’t drop during development, the upper molars are more narrow, and the nasal septum buckles to one side, causing a deviated nasal septum.
As you can see, this is not only a cosmetic problem. Unchecked, it can lead to poor breathing, poor sleep, low energy, and lack of productivity. Later on, as your sleep-breathing problem worsens into sleep apnea, you’ll be at higher risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and even cancer.
Do you have any other examples of public figures or celebrities with an “attractive” face? Please enter your examples below.